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  • | primary_town=Visalia, CA ...In 1892, Fleming and others bought the 660 acre Richard Chatten ranch near Visalia, with intentions to immediately plant 200 acres of fruit trees<ref>Richard
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  • ...ruit Association</ref> || 1900 || [http://maps.google.com/maps?q=%3F%3F%3F,Visalia ???] || . [[Category:Visalia]]
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  • ...l]], owned the Delmas Ranch near Sunnyvale, and also owned 1100 acres near Visalia.
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  • ...by buying the Armour-affiliated California Cooperative Canneries plants in Visalia, Modesto, and San Jose. In 1956, the company acquired the [[Aron Canning C
    3 KB (430 words) - 16:48, 19 February 2014
  • ...ns, and Hawaiian pineapple. They list plants in Fresno, San Jose, Armona, Visalia, Sanger, Suisun, | Visalia || 1910, 1913 || ||
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  • ...sto Evening News requesting subscribers for the new Cooperative cannery at Visalia.]] ...ed the fruit and vegetable canning plants of the Armour Packing Company in Visalia, Modesto, and San Jose, California, in 1931. After incorporating TVPA, Pfar
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  • ...in Stockton, one in Sacramento, one at Marysville, one at Hanford, one at Visalia, one at Los Angeles, one at Santa Rosa, one each at Leandro, Milpitas, Vord ...ry pack heretofore made at that point will be taken care of at Hanford and Visalia by increased runs at these plants."</ref>.
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  • ...982, Del Monte</ref> By 1907, the company had seven plants in Sacramento, Visalia, Emeryville, San Lorenzo, Yuba City, and the Moorlands. [[William J. Hotch | Visalia ("Tulare") || || 1907, 1913<ref>[http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~cagha/b
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  • ...vention of the State of California], State Commission of Horticulture. At Visalia, November 18-20, 1915.</ref>. The former secretary and treasurer for the a
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  • ...f peaches have been bought in the San Joaquin valley-what is known as the "Visalia Pool", and extra help will be needed to care for the tremendous output. Li
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  • ...In 1892, Fleming and others bought the 660 acre Richard Chatten range near Visalia, with intentions to immediately plant 200 acres of fruit trees. This prope
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  • | Dinuba || || 155 N. Merced Ave.<ref>1934 Visalia City Directory</ref>. ...T37#v=onepage&q=%22california%20packing%20corporation%22%20visalia&f=false Visalia]. </ref>.
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  • | Dinuba || || 1922, 1934 || 265 North N St. (Now N. Urapan Way)<ref>1934 Visalia City Directory</ref> || [http://books.google.com/books?id=2S0dAQAAMAAJ Jul ...St. || Building still exists. Manager in 1934 was R. J. Scheline<ref>1934 Visalia City Directory</ref>.
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  • | Visalia || 1900 || || (In San Francisco Call 1900 [http://chroniclingamerica.loc.g
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  • [[Category:Visalia]]
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  • | Dinuba || || 1934 || 125 S. M Street<ref>1934 Visalia City Directory</ref>. ||
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  • | Dinuba || 1934 || 140 North N St (now Urapan Way)<ref>1934 Visalia City Directory</ref> ||
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